Looking for the perfect yoga studio with group classes or a private one-on-one session with a certified yoga instructor? Here’s our list of the best Hong Kong yoga studios, classes and instructors!
An ancient holistic discipline originating in the Indian subcontinent and its surroundings (as opposed to the more modern Pilates!) yoga refers to a whole group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices. You’ll find plenty of schools, traditional varieties and modern styles that all help to improve your strength and flexibility (like any dance class or workout!) with an added mindfulness bonus! Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best yoga studios in Hong Kong, with everything from aerial yoga to hot yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha and more on offer…
Yoga Studios & Classes In Hong Kong
PURE Yoga — Wide range of classes led by internationally-recognised practitioners at 11 PURE Yoga studios across Hong Kong
PURE Yoga boasts state-of-the-art facilities and a vast range of classes led by internationally-recognised practitioners — cementing it as one of the leading yoga studios in Hong Kong. The different sessions on offer include yoga styles like aerial, hot, wall rope and Hatha as well as special classes tailored for office workers and runners. And it’s conveniently located, with 11 PURE Yoga studios in prime areas like Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok (to name a few!) as well as a hybrid yoga and fitness studio in Repulse Bay.
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Anahata Yoga — Tailor-made yoga programmes including options like back care and core yoga
Promising to pay personal attention to you no matter how big a group class may be, Anahata Yoga focuses on yoga as an alternative exercise and therapy, with tailor-made programmes designed to meet the specific needs of its members. There’s a wide range of classes on offer here, including back care and core yoga.
Bodywize Immersions Fitness & Yoga — Wellness location with fitness, yoga and spa facilities
Day spa and yoga studio Bodywize Immersions has a whole host of instructors and classes to suit all schedules, including Hatha, power yoga and wheel! One exciting yoga style offered here is antigravity air yoga, which is sure to test your concentration and sense of balance. Give the wellness studio a call for more details on pricing.
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BusyBody Fitness Centre’s B Squared Yoga and Dance — Hatha yoga, aerial, wheel, singing bowl and more
BusyBody Fitness Centre specialises in workouts (think: training and kickboxing!) while B Squared Yoga and Dance offers yoga and dance classes. Opt for a package, starting from $1,200 for 10 classes, and pick from Hatha yoga, aerial, wheel, singing bowl, stretching varieties and more.
B Squared Yoga and Dance (Causeway Bay), 9/F, 520 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Flex Studio — Boutique studio with a Pilates-specialised approach also offering yoga
A Hong Kong favourite, Flex Studio specialises in yoga alongside Pilates and Xtend Barre (it’s the city’s only Classical Pilates and Xtend Barre licensed studio!). With small class sizes and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, this boutique studio is best suited for those looking to get the most out of their yoga sessions, focusing on both physical and mental wellness.
Flex Studio (Island South), Shops 2205 & 2209, 22/F, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 2813 2212
Flowga Studio — Community-focused hot yoga studio
If you’re looking to sweat in style, Flowga Studio offers intense and insanely fun hot yoga classes. Featuring a candle-lit environment and music to keep your body moving, the studio’s 60-minute hot flow session promises to help you detox and welcome positive energy. Apart from the usual Sweat ‘n’ Flow classes (a dynamic hot power Vinyasa workout), you might also enjoy the Inside Flow (a fun workout that integrates yoga and dance) if you’re looking to spice up your yoga routine.
Ikigai — Boutique wellness and yoga studio with over 100 classes per week
Boutique wellness brand Ikigai is designed to evoke a sense of calm, peace and balance. Its two studios provide a creative and diverse range of classes suitable for all levels and needs, based on the practices of yoga, meditation and movement. From Hatha yoga to Yin yoga and Ashtanga, classes offered here has their own methodology focused on enhancing mind, body, emotions and energy.
IKIGAI Central, 7/F, On Lan Centre, 11-15 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong,
Kita Yoga — Independent studio with specially-designed yoga classes that focus on breathwork and restoration
Kita Yoga has a mellow, spa-like vibe offering specially-designed yoga classes that focus on weaving together breath, mind and body. From a grounding “flow” class to a powerful “progression”, form-focused “sculpt”, slow and mindful “mellow” and norishing “yin” — yoga here promises to make you move, sweat and stretch, but also restore and rejvenate.
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Lemon Drop Studio — Cosy yoga studio in Sai Wan
Promising to be your friendly neighbourhood yoga studio, Lemon Drop is a cosy space with high ceilings and lots of natural light in Sai Wan. There is truly something for everyone here — classes range from back care yoga to core yoga, Hatha, Vinyasa, stretch, wheel and everything in between!
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MARI Yoga — Intimate yoga studio in Sheung Wan led by alternative therapist Mariko Hiyama
Led by alternative therapist Mariko Hiyama, MARI Yoga is about holistic healing and meditation — taking care of yourself and listening to your body. Try something different by opting for a fusion class that combines Qi Gong, yoga and martial arts, held at a cosy and intimate studio in Sheung Wan.
PAUSE — Wellness hub offering yoga alongside Pilates, talk therapy and more
A hub for holistic wellness, Pause specialises in yoga and Pilates alongside meditation, natural medicine and talk therapy. Focusing on healing, an experience here is designed to encourage you to slow down, breathe and reconnect with yourself.
Prajna Yoga — Wide variety of yoga classes at two conveniently located yoga studios
Conveniently located in Lai Chi Kok and Wan Chai, Prajna Yoga offers over 70 classes a week, catering to a range of ages and abilities. You’ll find every style from Hatha and Vinyasa to hot yoga, wall rope and aerial, as well as breathwork, meditation, wheel and more. And if you’re interested in becoming an instructor, there’s teacher training here certified by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance International.
Prajna Yoga Academy (Studio & International Teacher Training Center), Shop 2, 3/F, Sing Shun Centre, 495 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong
SambalaBhu Yoga — Authentic, traditional yoga as well as modern varieties
Sanskrit words Sambala and Bhu refer to the occurrence of a peaceful, tranquil place — and this boutique yoga studio aims to provide you with just that. At SambalaBhu Yoga, the focus is on authentic, traditional yoga led by well-qualified instructors. You can opt for a private yoga session or classes that include traditional, modern varieties, fitness-based and intensive physical styles and more.
Santi Space Yoga and Wellness — Boutique yoga studio with beginner-friendly yoga classes
A boutique yoga studio located in the heart of Wan Chai, Santi Space offers plenty of beginner-friendly classes as well as more challenging sessions. If you need a little more motivation, join one of the special workshops — you can keep an eye on the schedule here.
SOW Yoga — Yoga studio offering gentle, relaxation yoga classes and more intensive Hatha, flow and core
With large floor-to-ceiling windows framing a view of Tai Hang’s Lin Fa Kung Temple and plenty of natural light, SOW Yoga is the perfect space for a rejuvenating session. The yoga studio offers gentle and “relaxation” yoga classes for those looking to clear their minds and re-centre, as well as Hatha, flow and core yoga styles to provide a more intensive stretch and build core strength and balance.
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SUKHA Yoga & Wellness — Yoga studio with tailor-made classes that work for busy schedules
SUKHA Yoga & Wellness’ schedule is designed to work for even the busiest of people, with the majority of classes taking place over lunchtime or after work. Try the Aerial, Backbend and Inversion yoga if you’re looking to step up your practice, or a Relaxing Stretch class for a slow-paced practice when you just need to reset.
The Yoga Room — Boutique yoga studio offering 8o to 100 yoga classes a week
Tucked away in the heart of Sheung Wan, The Yoga Room has been offering a peaceful sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle below for over 12 years. The boutique yoga studio offers somewhere between 80 to 100 classes a week, with Hatha, Vinyasa, hot yoga, mat pilates, TRX and more on offer. You can also join yoga teacher training and workshops if you’re looking to deepen your practice.
Yoga Aloha — Boutique yoga studio in Wan Chai perfect for beginners
A perfect studio for beginners starting their yoga journey, Yoga Aloha keeps its classes to a max of 10 people and is easily accessible, located in the heart of Wan Chai. To learn the foundations of yoga, go for any Open Level class, which will help you build strength, improve flexibility and enhance the connection between your body and mind.
Yoga Central — One of the oldest dedicated yoga studios in Hong Kong
One of the first dedicated yoga studios in Hong Kong (since 1999!), Yoga Central is still going strong with well-versed instructors and well-planned classes. Swing by for a class at lunch or start your Saturday morning with a general class, best suited for beginners and novices.
Editor’s Note: “The Best Yoga Studios And Classes In Hong Kong” was originally written in January 2017 by Shaneli Dadlani and was most recently updated in September 2022 by Sakina Abidi.
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